1. On Saturday, Oct. 19, between 11:30 a.m. and 12:45 p.m., Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT) received four calls from Fauver Stadium during an ongoing rugby match.

The first call was for a visiting player who had dislocated his shoulder. His parents took him to the Strong Memorial Hospital Emergency Department.

The second call was for an undergraduate bystander with a bloody nose. Public Safety officers later took him to Strong.

The last two calls were for two other players, one from each respective team, who had collided with each other and complained about shoulder pain. MERT examined them but left after the players refused further medical attention.


Good Samaritan returns missing traffic sign


2. On Saturday, Oct. 19, at 12:52 a.m., Public Safety officers saw a student outside LeChase Hall carrying a crosswalk yield sign.

The student told officers that he had found the sign near Wilson Commons and was returning it to its rightful location at Alumni and Fraternity Roads. Officers returned the sign and advised the student to contact Public Safety for future incidents.



Local man panhandles outside Eastman


3. On Sunday, Oct. 20, at 11:41 p.m., a student at the Eastman School of Music alerted a Public Safety officer to a man harassing students outside the Eastman Commons Building.

Officers found a man matching the student’s description fleeing the scene by bike. They stopped him and discovered that he had been soliciting students for money.

Officers told the man not to solicit money from students anymore and to leave University property. The man cooperated and left.


Student pees in public


4. On Friday, Oct. 18, at 1:58 a.m., Public Safety officers found a student urinating outside the Riverview Apartments, near Building D.

The student told officers that he was from another country and did not realize that urinating in public was not appropriate in the United States.

The student apologized and left the area.


Ramos is a member of

 the class of 2015.

Information provided by UR Public Safety.

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